Toni Braxton, Aloe Blacc, Chuck D Set For Inaugural GRAMMY Park
The Recording Academy has partnered with Upsilon Ventures and the New York City Mayor's Office to present GRAMMY Park, the first GRAMMY-branded multiday live music experience. Taking place May 5–8 in Brooklyn, N.Y., and featuring 10 live concert performances and more than 30 artists collectively honored with 40-plus GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY Awards, GRAMMY Park will celebrate the rich musical diversity of various genres, including R&B, hip-hop, gospel, pop, Latin, and jazz.
Live music performances and signature Artist Spotlights featuring seven-time GRAMMY winner Toni Braxton, three-time GRAMMY winner Ne-Yo with Jazmine Sullivan, and a special evening featuring GRAMMY nominees Robin Thicke and Aloe Blacc will take place in two of Brooklyn's most iconic locations, the Prospect Park Bandshell and Kings Theatre.
Other GRAMMY Park events include a Hip-Hop Groundbreakers Concert and panel on May 6 featuring GRAMMY nominees Chuck D, Just Blaze and MC Lyte, among others; and a Latin Mix concert on May 6 featuring Latin GRAMMY winners Alex Cuba, Natalia Lafourcade, and Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra, among others.
Free events open to the public include a special concert featuring emerging artists and jazz ensembles on May 7 and a Mother's Day gospel concert on May 8, both at Prospect Park Bandshell. Each concert requires a ticket.
Ticket prices for GRAMMY Park range from $35 to $175 for VIP packages, and are on sale now at www.GRAMMYPark.com.